Buster Brown Socks Giveaway & Coupon Codes



I’ve had a problem with leg swelling at my ankles for years.  Blood pressure medication hasn’t made it go away.  I suspect my sedentary work life doesn’t help.  When I wear my sneakers, my socks leave indentations in my legs.  They don’t hurt, but they just are.


You can see on the 1:00 PM picture that the old sock on the left that had just sitting on top of my ankle was indenting into the flesh 6 hours after I put them on.  While the Buster Brown sock on the right appears to have indented my ankle, it’s only left a very slight pattern that any sock would.  On the old sock side, you can see the deep indentation that remained for more than 15 minutes after taking my sock off. 

Wearever sells these wonderful seamless socks that don’t leave indentations on my ankles.  Made by one of the most trusted names in footwear, Buster Brown’s 100% cotton diabetic socks are made without elastic or synthetics.  They are made especially made for people suffering from poor circulation, easily irritated skin, or diabetes. 

The seamless design of Buster Brown cotton socks improves comfort, reduces binding, and eliminates skin irritation. 

Wearever is your go-to American company for your reusable incontinence needs.  They sell men’s and women’s reusable incontinence underwear with the Prime Life Fiber’s patented 3-layer Hydrex™ system and bed pads with the Unique-Dri™ inner core and IBEX Cotton Polyester blend for your total protection needs. 


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About Sandy Sandmeyer

Lover of Jesus, Scott, my family, sea glass, eyeshadow, pretty toes, the stars & autumn. Theology school student. Doctor of Sacred Studies.

4 thoughts on “Buster Brown Socks Giveaway & Coupon Codes

  1. Nice review. I have the swollen ankles too. I was looking around for socks but could only find a few pairs in stores. And they were pretty expensive thanks for the info!

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